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That likely ends what was a long judicial saga. "They just feel that their trust in the justice system has been confirmed this morning", rep Tania Koen said . He was originally sentenced for culpable homicide, then replaced with murder in 2016. And sentenced him to five years in jail. The decision was briefly announced by the supreme court justice Willie Seriti, but there was a written judgment too.
  • Man United can win EPL, Champions League - Ibrahimovic

    Man United can win EPL, Champions League - Ibrahimovic

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    United will face FC Basle on Wednesday in the UEFA Champions League. Pogba has been sidelined with a hamstring injury since the end of September, while Ibrahimovic's injury was even more serious, rupturing his ACL back in April, and he had not been expected to play again until 2018.
  • Donald Trump Says He Should Have Left UCLA Players Jailed In China

    Donald Trump Says He Should Have Left UCLA Players Jailed In China

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    The three players, including Liangelo Ball , were arrested for alleged shoplifting last week. The freshman player also thanked Trump and the USA government for helping and said he takes "full responsibility" for his actions. Trump, who is the president of the United States, became involved, as leaders of countries often do when their citizens are involved in crimes in other countries.
  • Chris Thompson suffers nasty right leg injury in Redskins-Saints

    Chris Thompson suffers nasty right leg injury in Redskins-Saints

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    The New Orleans Saints looked toast down 15 late in the fourth quarter, but Drew Brees orchestrated two touchdown drives in the final minutes to lead the team back against Washington and get a 34-31 win in overtime. It was one of the best games of the National Football League season. However, the team may have now lost the running back for the season after the injury he picked up this week against the Saints.
  • ICC suspends Hafeez again over illegal action

    ICC suspends Hafeez again over illegal action

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    In accordance with Article 11.1 of the ICC Illegal Bowling Regulations, Hafeez's worldwide suspension will also be recognised and enforced by all National Cricket Federations for domestic cricket events played in their own jurisdiction. He will still be allowed to play domestic matches if the Pakistan Cricket Board agrees, the ICC said, adding he can apply for a reassessment once he has corrected his action.
  • Danica Patrick to retire from racing after 2018 Indy 500

    Danica Patrick to retire from racing after 2018 Indy 500

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    It's not as far fetched as it sounds. The first woman in history to win a Verizon IndyCar Series race has announced plans to retire. We'll update with more info as we have it. I always thought in my head, 'Never, ' but I never said never because I know better. And trust me, I lost my (stuff) a few times over that. Patrick went on to thank members of her team and her family, as well as boyfriend and fellow NASCAR driver Ricky Stenhouse Jr.
  • Paine earns surprise recall for first two Ashes Tests

    Paine earns surprise recall for first two Ashes Tests

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    Opening batsman Cameron Bancroft is set for his Test debut and wicketkeeper Tim Paine returns in a shock selection in Australia's squad named Friday for the first two Tests against England . His career appeared over when he lost his Cricket Australia contract. "I think Australia's bowlers are excellent". The selections were described as "bombshells" in Australian press, while former Test bowler Stuart MacGill lashed the selectors as "morons".
  • Pick your Arsenal XI to face Tottenham on Saturday

    Pick your Arsenal XI to face Tottenham on Saturday

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    And although Arsenal have won their last 10 Premier League games at the Emirates - their longest winning run at home since the stadium opened in 2006 - they have gone four home league games against Spurs without a victory, having last won on September 1, 2013.
  • Cowboys RB Ezekiel Elliott withdraws appeal, will serve full 6-game ban

    Cowboys RB Ezekiel Elliott withdraws appeal, will serve full 6-game ban

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    After sitting out the Cowboys' (5-4) loss to the Falcons Sunday, Elliott will now miss games against the Eagles, Chargers, Washington, Giants and Raiders. His lawyers and the NFL Players Association said the arbitration process lacked, "fundamental fairness", with Harold Henderson serving as the NFL's hand-picked arbitrator as well as the league's lead investigator, Kia Roberts, not being involved in the meeting with commissioner Roger Goodell that led to the discipline.
  • Italy reacts to World Cup failure

    Italy reacts to World Cup failure

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    The 49-year-old's future in west London has been a constant source of speculation this term after he made comments about one day heading back to Italy , and Del Piero admitted he would love to see Conte enter the dug out of his national side once more if he does head home.
  • Keys to defeating Cleveland Cavaliers on November 13

    Keys to defeating Cleveland Cavaliers on November 13

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    Still, it's startling to see a LeBron James-led team being projected to miss the playoffs after seven straight Finals appearances. LeBron panned the camera next to a random guy sitting next to him who did not want to be any part of the NBA All-Star's video.
  • Stafford throws 3 TDs as Lions beat winless Browns

    Stafford throws 3 TDs as Lions beat winless Browns

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    After Abdullah sprung a 19-yard burst on the first play of the drive, fellow rusher Theo Riddick ran for 10 yards, and then, caught a seven-yard throw from Stafford. Question: Is there one word that can describe what it meant for the Lions to win and avoid a crushing upset at the hands of the still-winless Browns? Whether that's a step forward or merely the way it is can be judged by each individual.
  • U-Tennessee Sacks Saugatuck's Butch Jones as Grid Coach

    U-Tennessee Sacks Saugatuck's Butch Jones as Grid Coach

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    Fox Sports' Bruce Feldman was the first to report the news late Sunday morning. Butch Jones apparently isn't too interested in keeping the recruiting class he assembled in place at Tennessee . Tennessee is winless in SEC conference play this year, including at Kentucky, just their second loss to the wildcats in the last 33 years. But Jones couldn't push his program up to the higher level that Vols fans expected.
  • Paul Merson tells Jack Wilshere to leave Gunners and join AC Milan

    Paul Merson tells Jack Wilshere to leave Gunners and join AC Milan

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    The 25-year-old has been predominantly used as a number 10 by Wenger, but Southgate said he saw his best position as a deep-lying playmaker. Indeed, Gareth Southgate has asserted that Wilshere must feature week in week out in order to make his squad for next summer's tournament, and stuck to his word when he ignored the Arsenal midfielder this week even after Jordan Henderson, Harry Winks and Dele Alli pulled out of global duty.
  • Morocco stun Ivory Coast to join Tunisia in qualifying for World Cup

    Morocco stun Ivory Coast to join Tunisia in qualifying for World Cup

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    Despite needing only a point to qualify, the Atlas Lions weren't prepared to sit on a slender lead and doubled their advantage five minutes later when former Bayern Munich center back Medhi Benatia turned in a left wing corner. DR Congo defeated Guinea 3-1 but that did not matter as Tunisia had secured a point. Before Saturday, the trio of Nigeria, Egypt and Senegal had booked their tickets before the two North African countries also came on board to Russian Federation.
  • Lewis Hamilton completes practice double in Sao Paulo

    Lewis Hamilton completes practice double in Sao Paulo

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    McLaren has struggled at Brazil in its troubled time with Honda and the Interlagos circuit has provided two of the more iconic images of the partnership - Alonso relaxing in a deckchair in 2015 and then doubling up as a trackside cameraman a year ago, both after engine failures.